Campcom, the popular video game developer has officially announced the re-release date of survival horror/ action game Resident Evil 4 for modern gaming consoles, PS4 and Xbox One. Originally released in the year 2005 for GameCube and PlayStation 2, Resident Evil 4 is undoubtedly considered as one of the most acclaimed game which is set to reach Microsoft and Sony’s gaming consoles on August 30.
The developer has already re-released the Resident Evil 5, 6 on both PS4 and Xbox One which are available for $20. The Resident Evil 4 will be available with the same price tag and will be available for £15.99 in the U.K., and €19.99 in Europe.
The new version includes an array of bonus content such as Separate ways, an expansion campaign which will allow you to play as a secret agent Ada Wong, Mercenaries Mode, a beat-the-clock mini game – through which you can quickly unlock weapons by killing deadly zombies. The modern version also packs New Game+ outfits like Ashley’s suit of armor that makes her high-handed in the main game.
“This potent combination of exotic weaponry and dynamic enemy encounters is part of why RE4 was not only incredibly innovative for the wider video game industry, but has stood the test of time,” wrote Tim Turi, Capcom community manager on the company’s Unity blog.
Campcom at E3 last month announced that Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will hit the PS4, Xbox One consoles and PC in January 2017. If you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber you can check out the free demo available on PS4. However the re-releases haven’t reached the platforms in a smooth way. As per the reports the recently re-released Resident Evil 5’s new version has many major issues which mainly include the frame rate. Campcom is now working on Resident Evil 2 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.